Gravehuffer

Joplin, MO
Metal / Thrash / Punk
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     Check out our new review courtesy of Jerry Bradley with Down Deep Metal Review on Facebook! Here is a link: https://www.facebook.com/gravehuffer/posts/667304209955127, or you can read it below! Cheers & hails!

"I was messaged about a band on our page by Ritchie Randall, one of the guitar players from the band Gravehuffer from the tornado ridden city of Joplin Missouri. For starts i loved the hell out of their name, totally original. These guys have been tearing up the scene since 2008, when they were formally known as Krom. Let me tell you if you love hardcore punk mixed with some seriously raw grindcore, you will enjoy this shit! Gravehuffer have a unique hardcore i have not heard in a very long time myself. These cats go from bringing the angry pit action to a slow grind pace. Gravehuffer are influenced by NAPALM DEATH, BRUTAL TRUTH,& CELTIC FROST along with many other old school metal bands. When i listened to their 20 song, yes i said 20 song album called " BLASPHEMUSIC", i was taken back to the old school shit i've loved since i was a teenager. This album has everything a punk/ metal head could ever want. Although the recording is raw as hell, it definitely does not take away from their music and talent whatsoever.I really liked the mix of multiple vocals that goes along with their tuned down guitars, and punk influenced percussion.These guys are also on a compilation album called "HORRIFIC UNHOLY NOISE". Gravehuffer call themselves Metal/Crust, which i got a kick out of. These guys definitely enjoy playing together, and it shows. Back in the days there was a hardcore punk band called the DEHUMANIZERS that i loved the shit out of, and i never thought i would hear any band like them again till i listened to Gravehuffer. I really did enjoy listening to this album, and their remakes of CELTIC FROST's "Into Crypts of Rays" & The RAMONES " Commando" put the icing on the cake. These guys have played out alot by looking at their band page, and coming up for them, they are opening up for NORMA JEAN in Joplin. So if you have not heard or seen these guys, you must! GRAVEHUFFER is Larry Deardorff- Drums, James Hiser- Vocals, Mike Jilge- Bass, Ritchie Randall- Guitar, Seth Ledbetter- Guitar. Review by Jerry-DOWN DEEP METAL REVIEW."

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PRESS

"I really enjoy the first half of the album because the production value is a bit better which helps you enjoy every part of the band a bit better. My choice cuts for this part of the album definitely have to be “Circle of Blood” and “Book of Enoch”. These two tracks are incredibly heavy and remind me of bands like Crowbar mixed in with a hint of punk. The second half of the album is rawer, giving Gravehuffer DIY props. My choice cuts for this portion of the album have to be “Gutsick” and “Inherit the Wasteland”. With Gutsick, you really get to hear their hardcore punk/grind influences with the tempo and the songwriting. “Inherit the Wasteland” brings you some melodic edge, which is also a good representation of their diversity in writing. Directly after the nice melodic intro, you get crushed by hammering riffs and blastbeats at high speeds. One final shout out goes to their vocalist, I really dig how he lays down his screaming. It sounds really intense, but uniq"  Matt Dorr, Murdered Culture - A Music Journal

"For starts i loved the hell out of their name, totally original. These guys have been tearing up the scene since 2008, when they were formally known as Krom. Let me tell you if you love hardcore punk mixed with some seriously raw grindcore, you will enjoy this shit! Gravehuffer have a unique hardcore i have not heard in a very long time myself. These cats go from bringing the angry pit action to a slow grind pace. Gravehuffer are influenced by NAPALM DEATH, BRUTAL TRUTH,& CELTIC FROST along with many other old school metal bands. When i listened to their 20 song, yes i said 20 song album called " BLASPHEMUSIC", i was taken back to the old school shit i've loved since i was a teenager. This album has everything a punk/ metal head could ever want. Although the recording is raw as hell, it definitely does not take away from their music and talent whatsoever.I really liked the mix of multiple vocals that goes along with their tuned down guitars, and punk influenced percussion."  Jerry Bradley, Down Deep Metal Review

"Today I’ll review the new album of the American band GraveHuffer. Though they have some good ideas into the new thrash metal wave of these last years, I have to talk something about this album. Among all it is a “good” production, but is infected by some important points: they mix and rush many genres and influences in all 14 tracks, going out with what is “the band’s soul itself, his interface, his idea of music and his way to do it”; in particular they mix with Thrash, Sludge, some Blackened influence (with screams and some riffs) and Death. For example: “Reacharound Rambo” is most influenced by major bands like IMMORTAL, Bathory and Celtic Frost. “Unthinking unity” is influenced by Opeth and Celtic Frost’s prog death riffs, chorus and verses. “Festering”, “Into the Crypts of Rays”, “Tomb of Hercules” and “God forgot about us” are influenced by Mastodon, Periphery and Monstrosity, their Sludge metal and some Brutal Death come out directly when I"  Simone Romano, Fuckin' Unknown Metal Blog


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